Clinical Mental Health Counseling (M.S.)

Requirements and Details


Complete admission and program requirements are found in the University Catalog.

In addition to the application materials required by the School of Graduate Studies, applicants to the Clinical Mental HealthCounseling program are required to submit:

  • Three completed recommendation forms.
    • A current resume listing educational background, professional experience and volunteer and community involvements.
    • A statement of intent addressing the following:
      • A brief description of the applicant’s background, training and experience.
      • A statement of short- and long-term professional goals.
      • A statement of purpose regarding the interest in your degree program.
      • Identify areas of strength and challenges in pursuing this degree.

Careful attention will be given to previous work experience, academic background, scholarship, interpersonal skill, and commitment to the field of mental health counseling. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.

The GRE requirement is currently under review. A this time, applications will be considered for admission without a GRE score.

Competition for limited places in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program may require the necessity of a waitlist.